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Discussion in 'Saturday Morning Forever!' started by doglover44, May 4, 2015.
I would say Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, but since this is an animation forum I will go for Animaniacs.
Did Space Goofs air on the American Fox Kids?
If so, then that would be my second favourite show.
My favorite was Dungeons & Dragons: The Animated Series. I loved that show as a kid and it was great to see it again as an adult.
Digimon. I still have Digimon cards.
Dungeons & Dragons originally aired on CBS from 1983 to 1985, therefore it's not technically a Fox Kids show. However, Fox Kids did air the reruns of D&D for a brief time.
Digimon without a doubt (most particularly Tamers), the storyline and characters were well developed. Shame that Frontier didn't air on Fox Kids UK or any other channel here, I did however managed to watch it. In terms of post-Fox Kids, Savers/Data Squad eventually did air over here and Xros Wars/Fusion is now airing on CITV.
They've only aired the first 2 seasons and the first movie in Dutch.
I was never a big fan of it, but I did watch it sometimes. It was MUCH better than Pokémon, B-Daman or Beyblade. For some reason it didn't feel like one big commercial for toys, unlike all those other Pokémon clones.
I remember liking Ken...
That's an easy question for me to answer. My favorite show out of the entire history of the block was Britt Allcroft's Magic Adventures of Mumfie. (It aired on the Fox Cubhouse at one point)
Spider-Man Unlimited (I still like the designs to this day)
Digimon (Seasons 1-2)
Transformers: Robots in Disguise
2 Tiny Toon Adventures
3 Droopy, Master Detective
4 Batman TAS
5 Eek the Cat
My top favorite awesome Fox Kids cartoons/anime, I'm always a huge fan of the classics in my childhood, hehehe,
Beast Wars/Beast Machines
Tiny Toon Adventures
Batman: The Animated Series - I mostly enjoyed it only loving Batman's other awesome supervillains more interesting than The Joker, a shame both Solomon Grundy/Killer Moth didn't show up, rats.
Spider-Man: The Animated Series/Unlimited - I mostly enjoyed it loving Spider-Man's epic supervillains.
Eek! the Cat/Stravaganza
The Tick - Awesome classic superhero comedy series, both the Tick, Arthur, American Maid, and the supervillains were awesome/funny.
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper - love Casper, Kat, Poil, Stretch/Fatso/Stinky, and Spooky, best funny characters.
Toonsylvania - It was fantastic with sweet horror comedy shorts.
Oggy and the Cockroaches
Mad Jack the Pirate
Sam & Max: Freelance Police - Awesome/funny with sweet comedy, both Sam, Max, and The Geek were the best funny heroes.
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs - A second Road Rovers series, cool, loved Mitzy, awesome kickbutt female dog character.
The Ripping Friends
The New Woody Woodpecker Show
Sherlock Holmes and the 22nd Century
Xyber 9: New Dawn - It was awesome and had potential with an epic "save the world" plot/storyline, Machestro was a fantastic hardcore villain that I loved.I want a reboot of it.
Action Man 2000 series
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot - The awesome Rusty, an Astroboy wannabe, hehehe.
Digimon/Adventure 2/Tamers - I was a huge fan of it, it's more better than Pokemon, Beyblade, and B-Daman.
Monster Rancher - It was super awesome/enjoyable with cool monsters, a shame it's not as super popular as Pokemon, Digimon, and Yu-Gi-Oh!.
Flint the Time Detective
The Vision of Escaflowne - Such an awesome giant robot anime next to Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion/R2 and Gurren Lagann.
Transformers: Robots In Disguise - Awesome/enjoyable Transformers anime reboot ever!!!!!
Medabots - It was awesome/enjoyable, nice bizarre character designs, the epic classic comedy/epic funny characters, it's like Pokemon only with battling robots called Medabots, sweet.
Mon Colle Knights
Did Everyone Forget About Shaman King? Holy cow. I made an account just to say this.
Also all of the anime on Fox Kids was great. Including Ultimate Muscle and the French cartoon Cybersix.
Mine was the new Woody the Woodpecker show because it was a great Saturday morning show, it felt like it did well as a modern Woody the Woodpecker adaptation, and another was Animaniacs because it has some great humor.
Shaman King and Ultimate Muscle were Fox Box and 4Kids TV shows. Anything airing after the Summer of 2002 are not considered Fox Kid's.